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Odom was headed to D-League, but stays with Mavericks for tonight’s game vs. Jazz


Lamar Odom

The plan on Friday announced by the Dallas Mavericks was that Lamar Odom was supposed to play at least one game in the NBA Development League and then rejoin the parent team.

Odom was going to be assigned to the Texas Legends as they played on Saturday against Frisco.

However, he was recalled by the Mavericks before tonight’s game vs. the Utah Jazz.

The Mavs need Odom due to the fact that they play nine games in 12 days, including yesterday (New Orleans) and at home tonight (Saturday) against Utah.

Odom is averaging 7.7 points and 4.5 rebounds in 32 games with Dallas.

Odom’s last played for the Mavericks on February 20 and has missed four games overall to take care of family matters.

He came to Dallas in a trade with the Los Angeles Lakers.


Info compiled from Dallas Mavericks, NBA, Radio & TV news

MLB NL DIVISIONAL SERIES: Two surprising teams, Arizona, Milwaukee vie for league championship


When the 2011 baseball season started, most experts in the media selected San Francisco and Colorado to win the West Division and Cincinnati and St. Louis in the Central.

When the dust settled, 162 games later, Arizona and Milwaukee won their respective divisions.

Arizona dethroned the defending champion and World Series winners, the San Francisco Giants, with a record of 94-67, finishing 8.5 games ahead of Frisco.

The Brewers with a record of 96-66, finished 6 games ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals and a whopping 17 ahead of the dethroned defesnding champions, the Cincinnati Reds.

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Laffey heads West as Indians & Mariners hook-up on another trade

The Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners always seem to be partners when it comes to trading players.

The Indians traded lefty Aaron Laffey, was going to have a tough time earning a spot on the pitching staff, whether it would be starting or relieving. The tribe are loaded when it comes to young pitchers.

Seattle sends minor-league infielder Matt Lawson to Cleveland.

Aaron Laffey (file photo)

Matt Lawson (file photo)

Laffey will be reunited with Eric Wedge and Carl Willis in Seattle, his former manager and pitching coach in Cleveland.

The trade cleared space on the Indians 40-man roster for newly-signed reliever Chad Durbin.

Laffey was 2-3 in 2010, with a 4.53 ERA and spent time on the disabled list because of a tired left shoulder.

The 25-year-old Lawson is very versatile as he can play second base, shortstop and the outfield. He will report to the Double-A Akron Aeros minor-league camp. Playing for AA Frisco and West Tennessee last season, he hit a combined .293 (134 for 458) with 75 runs scored, 26 doubles, 9 homers in 118 games.

compiled from Cleveland Indians & Seattle Mariners news

WORLD SERIES GAME 5: Surprising Giants take down Texas Rangers to win 4 games to 1

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It took 56 years for the San Francisco Giants to win a World Series but they did it!

Tim Lincecum, Edgar Renteria and the boys from Frisco won the 2010 World Series, by beating the Texas Rangers 3-1 in a tight, tense Game 5  to win the series by a surprising 4 games to 1 margin.

The Giants had not won a World Series title since their days as the New York Giants back in 1954. The Giants moved to San Francisco prior to the 1958 season.

It’s hard to believe a franchise that has had Willie Mays, Bobby Bonds, Willie McCovey, Barry Bonds, Jim Ray Hart, Juan Marichal, Gaylord Perry and Will Clark could not win a World Series title.

Lincecum outpitched Cliff Lee in a matchup that was scoreless until World Series MVP Edgar Renteria earned a the award by hitting a three-run homer with two outs in the seventh inning.

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Giants manager Bruce Bochy calls his team a ragtag bunch because they have other team’s castoffs like Pat Burrell, Edgar Renteria, Cody Ross and Aubrey Huff.

Their pitching staff shut down the explosive Texas Rangers offense by hurling 3 shutouts out of five games.

2010 MLB Commissioner's Trophy goes to SF Giants (file photo)

Baseball fans might recall, that San Francisco almost didn’t make the playoffs. They trailed the San Diego Padres by 7 1/2 games in the NL West on July 4 and won it on the next to last day of the season with a record of 92-70.

The Giants were one of several teams who weren’t suppose to make the playoffs joining, Cincinnati, Texas, Minnesota and Atlanta.

compiled from staff, MLB & San Francisco Giants news.

WORLD SERIES GAME 1: Giants knock Cliff Lee out; win 11-7

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Everybody all season have been saying that the San Francisco Giants have no offense.

All the Giants keep doing is win games.

The boys from ‘Frisco’ did the unthinkable, beating MLB postseason phenom Cliff Lee and the Texas Rangers, 11-7 Wednesday night in Game 1 of the World Series in front of 43,601 in San Francisco’s AT&T Park.

The usually light-hitting San Francisco, who upset Atlanta and Philadelphia to become National League champions, knocked out the startled Lee, who suffered the first postseason loss of his career and lasted only 4 2/3 innings.

The left-handed Lee came into the game with a 7-0 record with a 1.26 ERA in eight career postseason starts, including a 3-0, 0.75 ERA during the current postseason. He allowed seven runs, six earned and eight hits.

The Giants trailed 2-0 after two innings, tied it in the third, an unheard of 32-pitch inning by Lee. ‘Frisco’ received an RBI double by Freddy Sanchez and an RBI single by Aubrey Huff.

The Giants then sealed the game with a six-run 5th inning.

compiled from staff, MLB & San Francisco Giants news